Genetic factors play a significant role in determining a person's physical characteristics, such as height, build, and susceptibility to certain diseases.
Adequate nutrition is essential for optimal growth and development. Malnutrition, whether due to insufficient intake of nutrients or poor quality of diet, can lead to stunted growth, delayed development, and increased susceptibility to infections and diseases.
The physical and social environment in which a person grows up can have a profound impact on their development. Factors such as access to healthcare, sanitation, education, and economic opportunities can influence physical, cognitive, and socio-emotional development.
Socioeconomic factors, including income level, parental education, and occupation, can affect access to resources and opportunities that promote healthy growth and development.
The quality of parent-child interactions, parental warmth and responsiveness, discipline practices, and family stability all contribute to a child's social and emotional development
Access to quality education and learning experiences is crucial for cognitive development, academic achievement, and future success.